Coelacanth

Safari

005-285729

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  • The Coelacanth is considered the oldest fish known to science. Thought to have become extinct during the Cretaceous period, two types of Coelacanth were discovered in 1938. It is now considered a living fossil, having evolved into its current form roughly 400 million years ago. Because both of the only known species of Coelacanth are threatened, it is considered the most endangered order of animals in the world.
  • Part of the Wild Safari Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life Collection, which was created for the dinosaur lover in us all. Slightly smaller than the Carnegie Dinosaur Collectibles, these replicas introduce the fascinating landscapes and creatures of the prehistoric world.
  • Made with Safari Ltd’s industry-leading standards, this product has been individually hand painted, features solid construction from quality, safe, phthalate-free and lead-free materials, and includes an educational hangtag in 5 languages.
  • Suitable for collectors, enthusiasts, teachers, and kids. Admire it on a shelf, use it in the classroom, or simply enjoy playing with it.
  • The Safari Ltd Wild Safari Dinosaurs Coelacanth measures 5.5”L x 2.8”W x 2.4”H.

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